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  • I like to help, but other people's problems are really-truly not mine to fix.

    Thor's Day

  • Oh, ladies and gentlemen, I am in love with a girl, and maybe she's about to figure out how awesome she really-truly is.

    Odin's Day

  • Mrs. Hargrave is always wanting to be a fairy godmother to someone, and now she can be just plain really-truly mother, and that is much nicer.

    The Girl Scouts at Home, or, Rosanna's Beautiful Day

  • Out of a really-truly boat, and what could you ask for more?

    A Jolly Jingle-Book

  • She rowed 'way out on the Daisy Sea, with a really-truly oar,

    A Jolly Jingle-Book

  • "But we didn't know how really-truly nice they were until we saw Toby to-day," added Sue.

    Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue and Their Shetland Pony

  • It's my first really-truly grown-up party, Miss Oliver, and I've just lain awake at nights for a week thinking it over.

    Rilla of Ingleside

  • They had told Dinky-Dunk it wasn't a really-truly authentic prairie-schooner, since practically all of the trekking north of the Fiftieth Parallel has been done by means of the Red River cart.

    The Prairie Child

  • He had never mentioned it, and I had not only held my peace, but had given up all thought of getting a really-truly gift from my lord and master.

    The Prairie Wife

  • Miss Canbee spoke up, saying -- I reproduce her words almost literally -- that a really-truly war would be a perfect lark and that she thought it would be just dear if they all volunteered as nurses, or daughters of the regiment, or something.

    Fibble, D.D.


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